When posting a job listing, businesses generally have their go-to, established platforms that they know are frequented by potential candidates. Sometimes, however, a company needs to think outside the box when sourcing talent. Occasionally, the least obvious places to post vacancies may result in the most remarkable outpouring of candidates. That’s why these 12 entrepreneurs
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Trevor Williams | DigitalVision | Getty Images As some stocks have climbed to record highs, you may have been tempted to double down on a favorite pick, like Tesla or the latest initial public offering. But at least one money expert is sounding the alarm that some investors may be overexposed to individual stocks. Christine
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Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images ‘Potentially erroneous’ QBI deductions The IRS allowed business owners to claim $57 million in “potentially erroneous” deductions on 12,980 tax returns filed last year, according to a report publicly released Tuesday by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. The watchdog urged the tax agency to increase its oversight of
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It’s been an unpredictable and disruptive year for small businesses. From shifting to remote work in a matter of weeks to unexpected loss in revenue, many companies have experienced hardship. At the same time, others have discovered a silver lining. Whether it’s an increase in efficiency and productivity or simply learning more about their customers
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PricewaterhouseCoopers released an update Tuesday to its annual audit quality report for the firm, pointing to improvements on inspection results from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. During the recently completed PCAOB inspection, PwC anticipates that only one of the 52 engagements that were subject to inspection will be included in Part 1.A of the
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Court says COVID-19 is not a “natural disaster” for purposes of WARN Act; refuses to dismiss case on grounds that layoffs precipitated by COVID-19 were “unforeseeable business circumstances.” No employer has escaped the impact of COVID-19. Although some have managed to weather the pandemic, others have been financially devastated by widespread shutdown orders and other
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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently handed down a judgment which serves as a useful reminder for employers of the risks of taking disciplinary action against union representatives for behaviour which may look like misconduct but which actually constitutes union activity. By way of background, section 146(1)(b) of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation)
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Jovita Carranza, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, testifies at a Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee hearing on June 10, 2020 in Washington. Al Drago-Pool/Getty Images) Second EIDL grants That may confuse business owners, since the $900 billion Covid relief package passed last month allows some companies to get a second EIDL grant.
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